Absolute Software to Showcase Persistence Technology at RSA Conference
San Francisco, California: April 1, 2015 – Absolute® Software Corporation (TSX: ABT), the industry standard for persistent endpoint security and management solutions for computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones, today announced its attendance at this year’s RSA® Conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from April 20-24.
Absolute will be onsite showcasing Persistence® technology and its comprehensive suite of data security solutions. Persistence technology provides organizations with the ability to remotely manage and secure endpoints on or off the corporate network, allowing IT to anticipate scenarios and take measures to safeguard each device and the corporate data it contains – regardless of user or location.
At its exhibit, Absolute staff will be running onsite demonstrations and participating in data risk management and endpoint security discussions. Absolute will be exhibiting at Booth #S225.
Stephen Treglia, legal counsel, Investigations, at Absolute, will be hosting a speaking session, “Restoring Order: The Inevitable Evolution of IT Security Regulation”. The presentation will focus on the current regulatory landscape of data privacy law and offer insights into how organizations can respond to security incidents and remain compliant as these regulations inevitably evolve.
Absolute empowers more than 12,000 customers worldwide to protect devices, data, applications, and users against theft or attack — both on and off the corporate network. With the industry’s only tamper-proof endpoint visibility and control solution, Absolute allows IT organizations to enforce asset management, security hygiene, and data compliance for today’s remote digital workforces. Absolute’s patented Persistence®technology is embedded in the firmware of Dell, HP, Lenovo, and 22 other leading manufacturers’ devices for vendor-agnostic coverage, tamper-proof resilience, and ease of deployment. See how it works atwww.absolute.comand follow us at@absolutecorp.